Here’s a selection of our energy sector credentials in Singapore:
Asian oil and gas company in relation to offshore development (including marine related issues) including advice relating to dispute resolution and liquidation/administration matters.
Major Chinese State owned entity in relation to activities in the natural resources sector in Indonesia.
Blue Leaf Energy (“BLE”) (wholly owned subsidiary of Macquarie Capital) in relation to the development of a 4MW (approximate) rooftop solar power project in Penang, Malaysia.
Siemens Gamesa (as equipment supplier and maintenance contractor) in relation to the Formosa 2 offshore wind farm project and related infrastructure off the coast of Chunan Town, Miaoli County in north western Taiwan.
Public Utilities Board (“PUB”), Singapore’s National Water Agency in relation to Singapore’s first large-scale floating solar project, also one of the world's largest single floating solar photovoltaic (PV) systems.
Gashub in relation to a utilities supply project with Regal Orion in Malaysia. Regal Orion intends to develop and operate a data centre in Malaysia that will require certain utilities which are being supplied by Gashub.
Huakeong in respect of the Public Utilities Board’s Chestnut Avenue Waterworks process upgrading and equipment replacement project, covering adjudication and injunction against a call on a performance bond by UES Holdings Pte Ltd before the Singapore Courts.
An international Korean contractor, Samsung C&T, in its disputes arising out of the Singapore LNG Terminal Phase 3 Expansion Project, Singapore
A global oil & gas company on entry into Indonesia’s offshore oil and gas services sector.
Acting as Singapore Counsel advising Norwegian marine seismic services provider, Shearwater GeoServices, on its strategic vessel transaction with CGG, a global geoscience technology leader. The pure asset transfer strategic vessel transaction with CGG included the takeover of five high-end seismic vessels, and a five-year capacity agreement for marine seismic acquisition services between Shearwater and CGG.